Lafarge Spends N168m On Community Projects In Ogun State
MD, Larfarge, Michel Puchercos/Guardian NG

Lafarge Africa has said the company used N168 million for several community projects in education, agriculture in Ogun State.

This was revealed by the Country’s Chief Executive Officer, Lafarge Africa, Michel Puchercos at the 2018 Lafarge Community Day held for its host communities on Sunday in Ewekoro Local Government Area of the state.

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Puchercos said: “For the Ewekoro Community in Ogun State, projects launched at the Community Day include a block of five classrooms to the Local Government Nursery and Primary School, Jagunna, Itori and a renovated block of four classrooms, head teacher and assistant head teacher’s offices with toilets for both teachers and pupils at First Africa Mission School, Lapeleke.

“For health and wellbeing, projects launched include Laboratory equipment at the Health Centre built by Lafarge Africa for Egbado Ajegunle, construction of 14 -bedded health centres located at three communities in Ewekoro local government area of Ogun state and installation of a substation and electrification of Oke Oko Egbado community.”